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Karolina Slawinska, Gabriela Bielecka, Karol Iwaniak, Sylwia Wosko and Ewa Poleszak

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M. Pilátová, M. Chripková and J. Mojžiš

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Nuntiya Somparn, Suphaket Saenthaweeuk, Jarinyaporn Naowaboot, Atcharaporn Thaeomor and Veerapol Kukongviriyapan

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Olayinka O. Ajani, Martins T. Nlebemuo, Joseph A. Adekoya, Kehinde O. Ogunniran, Tolutope O. Siyanbola and Christiana O. Ajanaku

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Sofiya L. Ivanova, Dimitrichka J. Dimitrova, Metodi H. Petrichev, Liliana I. Parvanova, Georgi Sl. Kalistratov and Lubomir T. Vezenkov

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Katerina D. Simeonova, Krassimir D. Dimitrov and Nikolay D. Danchev

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Maria Szpetnar, Anna Hordyjewska, Iwona Malinowska, Piotr Golab and Jacek Kurzepa

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Miroslaw Aleksander Slawinski, Ewelina Wawryk-Gawda, Michal Konrad Zarobkiewicz, Pawel Halczuk and Barbara Jodlowska-Jedrych

REFERENCES 1. Bailey RL, Saldanha LG, Gahche JJ, Dwyer JT. Estimating caffeine intake from energy drinks and dietary supplements in the United States. Nutr Rev. 2014 Oct;72:9-13. 2. Lara B, Gonzalez-Millán C, Salinero JJ, Abian-Vicen J, Areces F, Barbero-Alvarez JC, et al. Caffeine-containing energy drink improves physical performance in female soccer players. Amino Acids. 2014 May;46(5):1385-92. 3. Usman A, Bhombal ST, Jawaid A, Zaki S. Energy drinks consumption practices among medical students of a Private sector University of Karachi

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Władysław Lasoń and Monika Leśkiewicz

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Stefka Valcheva-Kuzmanova, Miroslav Eftimov, Iren Beleheva, Roman Tashev and Stiliana Beleheva

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